6254 6686
From Western to Asian, Teppanyaki and fresh seafood. Our menu includes over 150 varieties of food , you'll be spoilt for choices! continue reading
Good For
Opening Hours
11:30 - 15:00
17:30 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 15:00
17:30 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Other Info
Online Reservation
Group Gathering
Pork Free
Takes Reservations
Restaurant Website
Above information is for reference only. Please check details with the restaurant.
About Reward Scheme
Signature Dishes
Black Pepper Crab
Review (21)
Level2 2013-10-27
The buffet in Vienna tonight was very disappointing. First of all: the place is small, and if you were the first to go there, it is very difficult to find that little Vienna, because there is no any board.Second: very crowd with too many people, and there is no even place to walk inside the restaurant. Third: The dishes are very bad, no matter the appearance, the taste or the cleanliness... The salmon and macrura, lobster are not fresh. And the oysters are put on allowance, I have not taste any of them, which only be served about 10 to 15 in one time. And what's more, there are little choices. You can taste all the food there in just one round.Last: Expensive. $53 SGD per person, included GST and service fee, which is very expensive considerating its food, taste, environment and services. I do not know why there are so many people recommand Vienna...I think the Buffet Town in city hall with only $42 per person (included GST and service fee) which is much much much more better than Vienna. At least, you can taste the oysters and fresh, thicker salmon, lobsters without limitation and waiting in line all the time. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level4 2013-08-03
The only time I’ll be at Vienna International Seafood & Teppanyaki Buffet Restaurant is when my mum is craving for it. Of the three times I was here, it was with the family. The last time I was here, was years ago, when I was still in school (my, I’m quickly aging). Nothing drastic has changed yet. It is still as crowded and cramp, located on the basement of United Square, Novena. Aisles are maxed at a tight two-way traffic, and it can get frustrating trying to get in and out of your seat, depending on where you are seated. It is also quite absurd that photos are disallowed at the buffet line. I really wonder what dirty little secret(s) they are hiding from the media. In view of that, I only managed to snap photos when I get them to my plate.Plus point here is, juices and soft drinks are inclusive and free-flow. One of my pet peeves of dining at a buffet restaurant is that it doesn’t serve drinks. I get annoyed; I think I’d rather them remove one of the not-so-popular items in the buffet line and include drinks instead.Soup: This one-portion-per-diner soup is reasonably so because of its involvement of relatively higher-class ingredients like sea anemone and mini scallops. However, the seemingly thoroughly boiled soup did not impress as I expected it to. I cleared its ingredients and left half the soup alone.Appetizer Counter: Prawn salad, seafood tofu and abalone salad are some of the appetizers available on one side of the buffet line. On the other are the usual suspects, octopus, salads and the likes. Nothing in particular left a deep mark.Japanese Cuisine Counter: Its ‘Land of the Rising Sun’ Counter comprises just a small selection of sushi, but is established more in its sashimi side. Not surprising though, it wasn’t the freshest lot I’ve had, but I guess sufficient to satisfy the mandatory Japanese cuisine time in buffets.Seafood Counter: Though they all tasted bland, I was excited to see the array of shelled sea creatures they offer despite only charging slightly before $50 before taxes. They don’t taste bad; You just need to find the right condiments / gravy to go along with it.Canadian Oysters: You will most likely see the sign, ‘Canadian Oysters’ without actually seeing the gem. Because they only serve the freshly shucked oysters once in a while, you can actually see a queue form just at the counter. It is such a disgusting scene to see though, when the oysters make an appearance and the diners just stretch out their (now longer) hands, like in desperation for some food. Really. The oysters aren’t the freshest, like most of their other items, but well enough to eat and satisfy oysters cravings.Chili Crab: You can skip this one, or grab one to share amongst the table. The gravy is passable, but the meat was way too soft and weak to have a good bite through it. I am throwing a guess that it was over cooked. If the meat was firmer, it would be plausible for the crab to be a star dish.Teppanyaki Counter: Grab a plate, fill them up with however big or small portion of the Teppanyaki dishes you want. From Dou Miao and Beansprouts to beef, chicken, fish and lamb, you’re most certainly able to find something that tickles your fancy here. Be warned though, don’t take too big a portion. Its vegetables weren’t salted enough, the beef was way too salty, the salmon was heavily flavored by the mustard, and the lamb was alright. It was late into the buffet that I was still searching for something I would go back for. Not here as well.Dessert Counter: Don’t be expecting too much for their dessert. You can probably find three cakes, a few pastries, and three flavors of ice cream (but with ice cream cone and Hershey’s Chocolate Syrup. One thing commendable is that they are equipped with a Chocolate Fondue, albeit rather ordinary, taste-wise. All these thoughts come with the price in mind.Prices can be found on their website here.Service was prompt but poor. They clear plates fast, sure, but they aren’t the friendliest persons around. Which makes me think again; I’d rather spend twenty odd dollars more for better quality of food in the buffet line, approachable staff, and a more spacious and better laid out restaurant. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level2 2013-06-30
Decided to try out Vienna Buffet as recommended by one of my friends for a buffet which is more affordable. As photos are not allowed in the buffet(food collection) sectors, only able to took some shots of some food. Buddha Jump Over The Wall (Fo Tiao Qiang/ 佛跳墙). This was the soup they served after we seated down. Was quite pleasantly surprised by this Personally I like the soup, light herbal taste w mushroom. Bread Soup, a bread cover with corn soup in it, the bread was good, soup was somehow average. One of my favourite food, Braised Ee Fu Noodles, this was normal. I would recommend Good Wood Park Hotel's for the best one I had so far. Yam Paste: YES! this is nice! for those people who loves "orh ni"(Yam Paste) this is definitely a must-try, me and my friends have quite a few rounds of it. Prawn with Cheese was not bad. Salad Prawn had quite a nice presentation. Cakes, hmm i would say that the deserts there is so-so. Think it's up to personal preference. They do have some test tube cocktails and red wine. As for the seafood, they have prawns, oysters, etc. Freshness was there. They also had fried durian balls. Overall: Variety wise was normal, I would say their food presentation was good. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level4 2013-05-28
Went to this international buffet restaurant to hold my family quarterly gathering. I was so surprised on the super wide range of foods available at their display counters. The service staffs are quite friendly and polite. Really enjoy eating their fried cereal prawns, which the prawn meat is very fresh and sweet. The cereal are also very crispy and not too oily. Their roasted duck meat is very fragrant and not too oily as well. Environment is not too warm but abit too noisy. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level4 2013-02-16
The desserts here are one of the important reason why I have come here for the third times for the past two years. Wide ranges of desserts and cakes can be found on their buffet spread, and I should say the standard of it is quite good as well. Love their cakes which have very soft sponge and the fresh cream used in it are also very smooth as well. They are not too sweet and great to have it after the sinful main courses. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)